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The Dogrobes' Story

 Martin, Margaret and Nicola Reynolds at an event with Dogrobes

From small beginnings

Dogrobes, the original dog drying coats, were designed in 2004 by my friend, Ann Playle, an experienced working dog trainer.
Ann had eight muddy, wet labs sharing her home and came up with the idea of a practical dog drying coat to solve the perennial problem of wet dogs and muddy shake off.
When Ann decided to retire in 2013, I was becoming an empty nester. So I took over and began sewing Dogrobes.

Ann Playle surrounded by black labs, working her beloved dogs

We've grown up

From our Scottish base, we’ve sent our dog drying coat to every UK postcode area and have over 100 UK stockists.
We also sell internationally to Europe, the USA and Canada, as well as Australia and New Zealand.
We’ve made some tweaks over the years to make Dogrobes even better. 
Plus we’ve introduced new accessories allowing us to provide the complete solution to drying wet dogs.

What matters to us 

Dogrobes' Values Pawprint

You do!
We love nothing better than hearing from you, listening to your feedback and what you'd like us to do next, so please stay in touch.

Every product is backed by our no quibble guarantee - if you're not entirely satisfied with your purchase, let us know and we'll fix it.

We are a family-owned business who pride ourselves on our quality products and excellent customer service. 
We deliver on the details and we're extremely proud of our 5-star reviews on our Dogrobes and other dog drying accessories.

Dogrobes are not only designed but MADE in Britain.
It’s important to us to support British manufacturing and keep quality control and the supply chain close to home.
Thanks to our customers buying our products, we are able to support a different dog rescue charity every few years.
Since 2013 we’ve given over £12,500 to charities across the country and we’d like to thank you for your continued support. 

See you soon

I hope that we’ll catch up at one of the UK-wide events soon. We missing meeting you and your mud magnets. 


Margaret Reynolds

Chief poop scooper